Law + Psychology (Combined) (BA, LLB)

Australia

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About Law + Psychology (Combined) at Murdoch University

When you combine your Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, you'll build special expertise in the social and developmental areas of psychology, and complete a unit in Family Relations and Social Development.

You'll explore crime from a range of perspectives, including law, sociology and psychology and learn how to reduce or prevent crime and help both the victims and offenders involved in the criminal justice system.

You'll examine leading-edge research and get opportunities for practical experience to explore how we make sense of ourselves.

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Entry requirements

Minimum English Requirements

For admission into Murdoch you must be able to provide evidence of competency in the English language. This is usually achieved through one of the following:

  • A scaled score of 50% or more in ATAR English, English Literature or English as a Second Language (or interstate equivalent).
  • An Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS) overall score of 6.0 (with no band below 6.0) or equivalent scores for the Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic, TOEFL iBT or the Occupational English Test (OET).
  • Successful completion of a University enabling course (e.g. OnTrack, FlexiTrack).
  • A score of 140 or more in the Written English component of the STAT test
  • Successful completion of either a Diploma (AQF Level 5 or higher) OR two University-level units (AQF Level 7 or higher).

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